What is It About Alison?
For one thing, she has rules: When stealing a rowboat, ALWAYS check that the oars are the same length, so you don't go in circles.
In reference to your best friend's crush, KEEP your feelings to yourself.
NEVER use your locker if that's where you were standing when told the very worst news of all.
But rules -- like hearts -- are meant to be broken.
From Catherine Clark, author of Frozen Rodeo, comes a profound story of friendship, love, and loss.
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High school sophomore Alison is withdrawing: She broke up with her senior football quarterback boyfriend, avoids hanging out with her dad and younger brother, and has removed most of the photographs from her bedroom bulletin board.Sep 06 2004 | Read Full Review of The Alison Rules
High school sophomore Alison is withdrawing: she broke up with her senior football quarterback boyfriend and avoids hanging out with her dad and younger brother "The strength here lies in Clark's ability to create a very real world through vivid details," said PW .| Read Full Review of The Alison Rules
Alison lives by many rules to help her cope with the sadness of her mother's death, in this new title by the well-known author of TRUTH OR DAIRY and FROZEN RODEO.Apr 01 2004 | Read Full Review of The Alison Rules
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